Poland ready to send military support to Ukraine
Poland is ready to send military support to Ukraine if the conflict in the east escalates. It was stated by the head of the Polish Foreign Ministry Grzegorz Shetina.
During his speech in the Sejm, he noted that Poland supported the international community's efforts to curb the expansion of Russia-backed separatists in the east of Ukraine, Joinfo.ua reports referring to Polskie Radio.
"We do not rule out that in case of a new intensification of hostilities, along with other countries, who see this situation the same way, we can make a decision to strengthen support for Ukraine, including in the military sphere," he said.
The diplomat also assured that Poland would continue supporting the Kyiv authorities in the reform process. "Our priority is stabilization of the political situation, the reform process, providing the conditions for implementation of the January 2016 economic part of the Association Agreement and opening of a free trade zone between Ukraine and the EU," he added.